This is probably not the ideal forum for this post, but although there's a "Mainly Macintosh" forum and a "Windows Wisdom" forum, there's not an "Ideas for iOS" forum.
This is the third time I've used an image from Accordance to dress up one of my devices. In this case, I scanned through the Accordance Gallery of Bible Art to find the just right image for my recently acquired iPad Air.
I selected the Tower of Babel painting by Pieter Brugel the Elder, a Flemish Renaissance painter who lived from 1520 (or 25) to 1569. This is a fascinating painting to study or just to get lost in all the details. See the Wikipedia page here and also check out the incredible detail that can be seen in a massive 30,000 x 21,952 jpeg. There's also a short Khan Academy video describing the painting and its history.
Anyway, here are a few shots of the iPad Air dressed in Brugel's Tower of Babel. The iPad Air is connected to the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover.
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The skin was custom made from an image I uploaded to DecalGirl.